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  • Africa Yearbook | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    member Paris Urmis prob member Pilsen assoc member Why AEGIS Organisation and Board Contact us AEGIS Membership AEGIS Mailinglists ECAS conferences AEGIS thematic conferences Summer schools Thematic groups CRG s AEGIS Publications Africa Yearbook AEGIS Series AEGIS Workgroup on the evaluation of academic output Download the AEGIS flyer for printing Search form Search Africa Yearbook Politics Economy and Society South of the Sahara Published by Brill Academic Publishers Leiden Boston You can order the series from the publisher AEGIS supports the publication of the Africa Yearbook whose editors are affiliated to member centres This is a new English language publication published annually by Brill Academic Publishers as of 2005 The first volume covers the year 2004 It forms a continuation of the German language Afrika Jahrbuch published by the Institut für Afrika Kunde in Hamburg which issued its last yearbook in 2004 on the year 2003 The English language Africa Yearbook of Brill thoroughly internationalized provides yearly overviews of the major developments in each sub Saharan African country All articles are written by renowned specialists on the respective countries regions and themes It is made available at an attractive price and the Africa Yearbook promises to get a considerable market

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/africa-yearbook (2016-02-16)
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  • AEGIS Series | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    ECAS conferences AEGIS thematic conferences Summer schools Thematic groups CRG s AEGIS Publications Africa Yearbook AEGIS Series AEGIS Workgroup on the evaluation of academic output Download the AEGIS flyer for printing Search form Search AEGIS Series African Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies Published by Brill Academic Publishers Leiden Boston You can order the series from the publisher With the AEGIS Series published by Brill AEGIS provides a venue for the publication of works drawn from the lively and expanding community of scholars with interests in Africa and its Diaspora The AEGIS Series aims to publish books within the broad fields of study within the humanities and social sciences that would bring new approaches or innovative perspectives to the topics discussed Titles comprise works that could also reflect established debate within African Studies if they provide new insights Both individually authored works and edited collections on focused themes will be considered The first volume Is Violence Inevitable in Africa appeared in 2005 Information about new titles in the AEGIS Series and about the editorial board can be found at the website of the publisher Brill 16 Framing African Development Challenging Concepts 15 Collective Mobilisations in Africa Mobilisations collectives en Afrique 14

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/aegis-series (2016-02-16)
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  • AEGIS Workgroup on the evaluation of academic output | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    conferences AEGIS thematic conferences Summer schools Thematic groups CRG s AEGIS Publications Africa Yearbook AEGIS Series AEGIS Workgroup on the evaluation of academic output Download the AEGIS flyer for printing Search form Search AEGIS Workgroup on the evaluation of academic output Criteria relevant to the mapping of academic output in African Studies An overview of the systems used to evaluate AEGIS centres and propose criteria relevant to the mapping of

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/aegis-workgroup-evaluation-academic-output (2016-02-16)
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  • admin | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    Paris IMAF Roskilde Trondheim Uppsala Vienna Cagliari assoc member Catania assoc member Corinthe assoc member Free State affil member Hradec Králové assoc member New Delhi affil member Paris Urmis prob member Pilsen assoc member Why AEGIS Organisation and Board Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/users/admin (2016-02-16)
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  • Aims | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    is to promote and facilitate discussion exchange of information and collaboration between scholars in Europe Africa and Asia who are working on Africa in the Indian Ocean The aims of the CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean are To facilitate the exchange of information on on going projects events and activities among scholars working on Africa in the Indian Ocean in Europe Africa and Asia To enhance the visibility of Africa as part of the Indian Ocean world within the African Studies landscape and beyond and thereby help to expand and develop AEGIS as an academic network To promote collaboration between scholars and teams of scholars working on Africa in the Indian Ocean within AEGIS and network institutions outside Europe To develop new knowledge and interdisciplinarity in studies of Africa in the Indian Ocean and to debate theoretical and methodological insights across disciplinary and area or regional studies boundaries To promote and disseminate the outcomes from research on Africa in the Indian Ocean to a wider public and groups of research users in Europe and beyond The activities of the CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean are to Support and facilitate the organisation of conferences conference panels or workshops including

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/crg-africa-indian-ocean/aims (2016-02-16)
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  • Organization | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    ECAS conferences AEGIS thematic conferences Summer schools Thematic groups CRG s CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean Aims Organization CRG African Borderlands Research Network CRG African History CRG African Politics and International Relations CRG Publishing Policy CRG Violent Conflict AEGIS Publications Download the AEGIS flyer for printing Search form Search Organization Contact CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean Forum for Africa Research Department of Society and Globalisation Roskilde University About

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/crg-africa-indian-ocean/organization (2016-02-16)
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  • CRG African History Aims | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    Publications Download the AEGIS flyer for printing Search form Search CRG African History Aims Why The CRG The findings of Africanist historians at an analytical methodological and theoretical level but also as part of the simple narrative of larger histories have the potential of enriching both history and African Studies as a whole but remain largely unknown outside the field of African history itself African history is still widely unknown and disregarded among a larger audience too The CRG aims to change this therewith introducing a less Eurocentric worldview among a larger public The aims of the CRG African History To facilitate the exchange of information on African history related projects events venues and similar among Europe based Africanist historians To enhance the visibility of African history within the European African Studies landscape and beyond and thereby to deepen AEGIS as a network To promote collaboration between Europe based Africanist historians within AEGIS and beyond To promote collaboration between Europe based Africanist historians and Africanist historians on other continents notably Africa To promote collaboration between Europe based Africanist historians and other disciplines within African Studies and with historians in other field of history To promote knowledge on African history and the theoretical and methodological insights reached within African history among other disciplines or regional studies and sub disciplines within history To promote and disseminate works on African history to the larger public in Europe The activities of the CRG African History Support or facilitate the organisation of conferences conference panels or workshops including AEGIS thematic conferences by its participants members dealing with African history but in connection to other disciplines and fields Support or facilitate members participants joint application for research funding on a European or Global level ESF ERC UNESCO you name it Support or facilitate the dissemination of

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/crg-african-history/aims (2016-02-16)
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  • Organization | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    Corinthe assoc member Free State affil member Hradec Králové assoc member New Delhi affil member Paris Urmis prob member Pilsen assoc member Why AEGIS Organisation and Board Contact us AEGIS Membership AEGIS Mailinglists ECAS conferences AEGIS thematic conferences Summer schools Thematic groups CRG s CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean CRG African Borderlands Research Network CRG African History Aims Organization Members CRG African Politics and International Relations CRG Publishing Policy

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/crg-african-history/organization (2016-02-16)
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